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12-12-2011, 11:21 AM
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toddmanley
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I had a pair of G35x's that I really liked, but as previously noted, the lower cut of the boot revealed a pre-existing injury. The ability to find the "right" fit within the Graf product line is outstanding given you have the ability to try on all the models to determine which works for you. The lower cut and lateral mobility/stability of the boot ended up causing me pain; come to find out after taking x-rays I had a bone spur on the outside of the right ankle. I had to give up on the Graf's and find a boot that was cut higher on the leg. I used a pair of Easton S17's for a while but they were too stiff; I've moved on to the Bauer One100 and I get better forward flexibility with plenty of lateral support.

Good luck in your hunt for the right Graf skate. I really like them and would still be skating on them if I didn't have the bone spur.

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